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05 August 2011

Flying pregnant

Air travel is safe for pregnant women in the case of healthy, single pregnancies up to 36 weeks

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Air travel is safe for pregnant women in the case of healthy, single pregnancies up to 36 weeks. Domestic travel is usually allowed until week 36 of pregnancy, and international travel until weeks 32–35, depending on the airline

-  Compiled by Olivia Rose-Innes, EnviroHealth and Travel Health Editor, Health24, July 2011

 

 
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